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About Opus Prime Steakhouse
Opus is Oklahoma City's newest and most exciting Prime Steakhouse. In addition to the wonderful steaks and seafood, Opus Prime Steakhouse hosts a wine list with over 850 selections. Opus's wine list is recognized as one of Wine Spectator's "Best of Award" of excellence, give to only 500 restaurants world-wide.
Oklahoma City, OK 73114
Hours of Operation:
Sunday - Thursday, 4:30pm - 10:00pm; Friday - Saturday, 4:30pm - 11:00pm.
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Please call for information and quote.
Private parking lot.
Private Party Facilities:
Two private rooms, one accommodating approximately 50 guests and one accommodating 12 guests.
Private Party Contact:
Billy Wilson: (405) 607-6787
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cigar Room, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Opus Prime Steakhouse Ratings and Reviews
I was looking forward to eating at Opus Prime as an alternative to Red Prime, Mahogany Steakhouse or Mickey Mantels and boy was I extremely disappointed. We were there on a Thursday evening and there was only 1 other table occupied the service was good and we had a very helpful and nice waitress. The wine list was extensive but overly priced! The menu was your typical steakhouse with a few fish additions. We started with calamari which was nothing more than blah, no seasonings what so ever and the cocktail sauce was sweet ketchup at best. Next we had a wedge salad which was not bad by any means but lacking flavor. We then had filet and lobster tail. The filet was done to our desired temp but again virtually flavorless. We had asked for a side of bernaise which the waitress provided but it was runny and cold! The lobster tail was adequate with drawn butter but nothing to make me want to come back. We opted for after dinner drinks instead of dessert, I ordered a Brandy Ice which I almost sent back because I am pretty confident they didn’t put a drop of brandy in it so I paid $11 for a vanilla milkshake in a brandy glass. Our bill for 2 people was $271 before tip which in my book should have gotten us an above average meal. Needless to say we will be sticking to the above mentioned steakhouses in the future.
We’ve dined several time here and have enjoyed each time. A bit noisy as dined early on New Years and just a table for two, but over all was okay. I used my Open Table membership to book this reservation. Would hope next time that we would be seated away from the bar and kitchen door, as was extremely busy and lots of breakage and droppings of bar glasses of such inside of these. I might suggest that the booth for two be closed and left for the waiters to come and go thru and give them more space to put the bar glasses as well..
We love Opus for the location, top-notch service, and peaceful atmosphere - we've been coming here for special occasions for years. However, each time we go our food experience is a bit different, sometimes it amazing, other times the food arrives cold and lackluster...this was our experience on New Years Eve. Consistency in the kitchen and a larger social media presence would push this place over the top.
Opus was our choice for a last-minute anniversary dinner. As in our past visits, Opus provided a great dinner with plenty of choices (although we almost always opt for the small filet). All was beautifully prepared.
The only negatives were a two-top table that was wobbly (due to uneven flooring or a difference in leg length), and a large table of loud talkers that was quite close to us and made our conversation difficult at times.
I was truly impressed with Opus Steakhouse’s food & service. The waiter was very considerate & available when we had questions. If you choose to go here, do try their French 76 cocktail drink and shrimp cocktail appetizer. The shrimp cocktail definitely can be tasted in your mouth and felt on your tongue; its delicious flavor can even be felt in your nose.
Service was excellent and food was excellent however the salmon was to be accompanied by califlower and fingerling pototoes and there was 3 tiny tiny tiny pieces of each that was not even one bite full. The sides should accompany the main course in a more abundant portion that was on the plate. Food was great. Atmosphere was great.
Rack of lamb was fantastic. Sauce that came with the filet, while very good on its own, overpowered the filet. Glazed carrots were excellent. Cocktails were very good. Wine list was quite good, although if you want a zin, you should take your own. Couldn’t find one ☝️. The wine list.
We really enjoyed our evening. Chef's special was a filet of Buffalo tenderloin. I ordered the special and my wife ordered her usual (king crab legs). I wasn't sure what to expect but the buffalo was especially tender and very good! So glad I was feeling exotic!!
Wonderful evening! Celebrated my birthday with my family at Opus Prime Steakhouse. The food was spectacular, from the bacon-wrapped scallops and shrimp cocktail, Caesar salads, steaks and salmon to the delicious sides. We could not ask for better. The service that Amy and Keith provide is absolutely outstanding. We love going to Opus. It makes any dinner a special occasion and always an enjoyable experience!
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